‘Sean Caulfield: Air Bleeder’ to be displayed in Rowe Galleries
The Department of Art & Art History will present “Sean Caulfield: Air Bleeder” in Rowe Galleries from Monday, Oct. 2, through Friday, Oct. 20. The department will host an artist lecture at 4 p.m., Oct. 2, followed by an opening reception from 5 to 7 p.m.
Provost honors teaching excellence, academic advising, community engagement
The Provost’s Awards for Excellence in Teaching, Excellence in Undergraduate Academic Advising and the Faculty Award for Community Engagement recognize departments and individuals for their commitment to students and the citizens of the University’s service region.
Before starting her graduate studies at UNC Charlotte in 2015, Radnia studied architecture in her native Iran. She worked at a small architecture studio for several years before deciding to return to school to narrow her research interests.
Nemah-Allah is passionate about biology and chemistry and she credits them with introducing her to detailed concepts of how many chemical reactions interacted smoothly to maintain the life of living things.
Researchers from UNC Charlotte’s Fire Safety Engineering Technology program and the Insurance Institute for Business and Home Safety (IBHS) are burning building materials and wildland vegetation to study wind-driven wildfire embers to understand the risks involved when embers from wildfires spread.
Funded by a grant from the UNC Charlotte School of Nursing, Jordan is leading research that includes two phases. First, participants will learn from experts during an educational seminar. Presenters include a sexual assault nurse examiner who will discuss the examination of sexually abused children and evidence collection; a social worker will provide instruction about the manner in which to talk with children who have been abused.
Wilson has done research in the archives of companies that made weapons for World War II and in military and government archives. His search led him to the records of Boeing, Ford, DuPont, the businesses owned by Henry Kaiser and other important war contractors.
Jefferson Ellinger, Associate Professor of Architecture
As a School of Architecture associate professor, Jefferson Ellinger specializes in sustainable design technique. He asks students to think about architecture and buildings in a way that will hopefully advancing the discipline.
The innovative “housing-first” approach to homelessness starts with a stable place to live and then assists with other problems. Lori Thomas’ research proves this approach to homelessness is working in Mecklenburg County.
Tracy Rock, Associate Professor of Reading and Elementary Education
Tracy Rock wanted to teach but wasn’t sure that studying education would work for her financially. Then she was accepted into the first class of NC Teaching Fellows, with a scholarship, allowing her to attend UNC Charlotte.
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